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Safe Temp and Safe Voltage!!! help E6300@2.9????

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March 29, 2007 8:42:28 PM

hi i just want some help here if you have the time

here are my ring

MB: Asus P5N-E Sli
Cpu: E6300
Memory: OCZ 1066 Nvidia Sli, 5-5-5-15 2.1V
PSU: 700w Thermaltake Toughpower
i have this CPU running at 2.9 with my memories running at 1038 5-5-5-15

this are my volt specs
Vcore 1.3000 but in windows says 1.36(dont know why)
Vdimm 2.85
NB 1.593

my temp are CPU idle 40 and load 46
but there are two other temps that say Core0 53 load and core1 53 load
my mobo is 41 load

i use the speedfan to see my temps

so my quiestion is
are this voltages safe?
do i have to keep with this cofiguration or in order to have this machine
running Oc´d per around 3 years or so?
can someone tell me why i see Core0 53 load and Core1 53 Load
when i saw 46 Load in CPU

im a noob thanks for you time
March 30, 2007 3:13:56 PM

I have the Asus P5W DH mobo, and when I first loaded SpeedFan 4.32, it assigned the incorrect sensor reading to CPU.

I would rely on the Core 0 and Core 1 readings (these were assigned correctly for me on first install). There should (may) be another sensor reading that also has the same temp value (and also increases/decreases the same as the 2 Core readings). If so, this should be the correct average CPU temp sensor reading across both cores.

Use the 'Configure' option to assign suitable descriptions to the temps/fans.

Hope this helps
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March 31, 2007 4:01:21 AM

Quote:
I would rely on the Core 0 and Core 1 readings (these were assigned correctly for me on first install). There should (may) be another sensor reading that also has the same temp value (and also increases/decreases the same as the 2 Core readings). If so, this should be the correct average CPU temp sensor reading across both cores.


Not quite. There is no "average". The cores are always ~15c hotter than the die. aoe, read the Core 2 Duo Temperature Guide. If you already read it, then read it again, because there's alot of information to comprehend.

Hope this helps,

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